Originally Posted by mnm129
just have not done so because I don't know if it makes good composte. I would assume it would..... right?
It makes GREAT compost...breaks down very quickly, into rich black soil. We throw all of our kitchen scraps, coffee grounds, etc. in there too, as well as some leaves and finely shredded paper. Even the corn starch packing peanuts that NorthernBrewer uses go into the pile!
Other spent grains uses commonly cited on this site include:
Baking into bread. (I replace a cup of wheat flour with a cup of spent grain.)
Baking into dog biscuits, there are a few recipes on the site.
EdWort feeds it to his neighborhood deer, and has photographic evidence of it!